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#81
Ivanko - 27 Jan 2013 // 23:27:23

IF you get 10% of the voters to sign FOR something and even get 20% of voters on a cold and freezing day after there was huge snowfall I think it is quite clear what Bulgarians want.

B-U-L-G-A-R-I-A-N-S.

Not some Jannies from god knows where.

But I bet that Mr Greenpeace prefers charcoal and gas plants above nuclear ones. Or he might prefer even solar energy, if that has as result that many Bulgarians, who are already struggling to pay their electricity bills, cannot afford to have electricity...

Who cares, certainly not Greenpeace apparently.

How many members did you say you have in B-U-L-G-A-R-I-A?

#82
Ivanko - 13 Jan 2013 // 18:25:28

Happening everywhere in Europe, why it is called the EUSSR lately...

#83
Ivanko - 10 Jan 2013 // 23:51:34

For a moment I was thinking "poor Bulgaria"


debt has been reduced by around EUR 815.5 M from almost EUR 6 966 B to EUR 6 147 B

And then I said, this cannot be true!
Indeed, a debt of 6147 B cannot be true.
6,147 B on the other hand ...

#84
Ivanko - 5 Jan 2013 // 19:31:57

100% tax rate you mean, you are only talking about income.

But it is not that, it is the 14% Russia tax that makes the difference together with getting some freedom back and partly escaping the EUSSR.

Times have changed very quickley...

#85
Ivanko - 14 Dec 2012 // 20:14:58

Excellent news, smoking everywhere. Much more fun, much more people amusing theirself and much more drinks being sold.

Top evening!

Looking forward to the end of the smoking ban.

#86
Ivanko - 6 Dec 2012 // 23:43:25

Was that the rakia that was talking or are you getting a little excited from this discussion?

I'm sorry but any company that chooses Hungary above Bulgaria is doomed to fail, sooner or later.
IF you say Hungarians are better off then Bulgarians then there is something wrong in your head.

#87
Ivanko - 6 Dec 2012 // 17:05:21

Chussssskkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkiiii

Romania + 20.000.000 people, 240.000km2
Bulgaria + 7.000.000 people, +110.000km2

Hungaria, great example. Why not mention Greece too?

All those countries you are quoting are bankrupt, were saved by IMF or others and in Hungary they even stole the private pensions from the people.

Like I said, Bulgaria is stable. Those countries can start a civil war any moment.

Also funny to see negative article about bank funding going down.
Largely replaced by deposits... Which means, if this continous it will be Bulgarian banks funding other countries in the future.

China, you know shit about China.

IF Bulgaria would have had balls last 3 years and they would not have cutted so drastically but instead had more invested it was a booming country and this at the time there is worldwide one of the biggest crisis in hunderd years.

Now I'm going to feed my donkey and my goats, they sound a bit like you. Funny but absolutely stupid animals.

#88
Ivanko - 5 Dec 2012 // 21:24:04

Chuski chuski, are you saying that most companies going to China are successful over there? (most fail, loose their products to copycats and do not ever consider again going back there. Only the real big ones have a chance in China, the rest will be eaten alive)

Great Wall is the first Chinese car builder in Europe.
Zheely could be considered the first one but they just are managing volvo.

So, if you are saying that those Chinese are such smart people and that they are the people to do business with ... Why do these Chinese choose BG instead of all those other countries?
And more Chinese coming next years.

Oh yes, maybe they also considered the lower labour costs compared with China(up to 10-20% lower in BG). Lower taxes too.

And did you know that China is paying more or the same for very capable people then they can pay in Western Europe?

Bulgaria is a very good place to invest. If you did not notice, every year you see more and more companies bringing office and production to here.
But hey, you probably live in a Gypsy quarter and I can imagine nothing much changed there.

Off course this needs time. Such things do not change in a few years. Every year it grows, and every year it grows faster.

#89
Ivanko - 4 Dec 2012 // 23:49:44

"The rewards for doing business in wealthy but corrupt economies like China, far outweigh the risks. The reward part of the equation in Bulgaria just doesnt make it worthwhile doing business here once the risks have been fully evaluated."

The risk is very low in Bulgaria. The investments needed are very low compared with the rest of the world.
China is one of the biggest risks that you can find. A completely other culture in a nation that is set to concur the world and will copy all of your products and sell it cheaper.

You are a bulshit speaking parrot who knows shit.

The real reason is that Bulgaria had (and still partly has) an elite leading the country which is not part of their elite group.
With Boyko this changed. They did not even care (seeing the leaks reports) that he apparently (according to their reports) is one of the biggest maffioti in BG. Still Boyko is only a frontrunner which has to clear the path for the ones coming. He will realise that too in a few years.

EU has destroyed Bulgaria old school to buy everything up for nuts and then they make their own people the ones who cash in everything.
The same in East Germany and many other places.

Bulgaria absolutely is a good location for investments. Very low risks, low investments, good schooled people, cheap labor, no unions, stabil financial environment and plenty more.

If you are so well known with the situation then please explain your big risks for companies producing here.

Please, no 10 year old arguments.

#90
Ivanko - 4 Dec 2012 // 20:14:53

If corruption would have any impact ... Why are all big Western companies then active in China and rest of Europe?

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